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Family Ministry

Relationship and God's Word

Zion Lutheran Church wants all youth and their families to know the love of Jesus and develop at relationship with Him. This relationship is anchored in God's Word. Through the leadership of the Family Ministry Team at Zion, several programs provide opportunities for youth and their families to know, follow, and serve Jesus.

Each program is designed to be fun and inspirational, while fulfilling the Family Ministry's Mission
Partnering with families to provide opportunities for every child to know Jesus Christ and to nurture his/her personal relationship with Him.


Baptism into Christ's Church is a child's first invitation into a relationship with Jesus. Zion Lutheran helps foster this relationship and includes the child's family as an intregal part of cultivating this relationship with Christ.


Sunday School
9:15 - 10:15 am Sunday mornings
Children attending Sunday School at Zion Lutheran Church are blessed with a dedicated volunteer staff that has a passion for teaching about God's love. Many of the teachers have been involved in Zion's Sunday School program for a number of years and have developed lasting family bonds with their students.

In addition to a Christ centered curriculum designed to complement sermon messages, each grade has an annual "Knowing The Word" goal. Teachers help the youth remember Bible truths and scriptures that build a foundation of faith and strengthen their personal relationship with Jesus.

Vacation Bible School
5 days of building faith, learning about Jesus, celebrating friendships, and praising that's a vacation to remember! Each year, the Family Ministry Team incorporates an adventure theme to let kids live some key Bible truths.

7:00 - 8:30 pm Wednesday evenings beginning in September 2017.

What is Confirmation?
The purpose of Confirmation is to help confirmands:

Our goal here at Zion is to help confirmands and their families achieve this list. We do this by offering confirmation classes and youth activities. Parents and other adults play a very major role in all of this. The youth look to them for examples